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The 1995 Ford Mustang was the first Ford car to use an automatic transmission. The auto is an upgrade from the manual transmission and is an excellent choice for a fast roadster. Its automatic gearbox can shift as fast as a manual and can add a significant amount of performance and reliability to your vehicle. Although the old-school transmission may not feel as smooth, the newer version can be just as reliable and is available at competitive prices.
The transmission is one of the most important parts of the car and is the reason you should choose it over other options. The Ford Mustang's manual transmissions are less reliable than the automatic ones. The AODE version of the auto transmission uses a shift solenoid for easy shifting and is more efficient than the old AOD transmission. The Ford Mustang's appearance did not change much from the 1994 model to the 1995 model, but there was a new front cap for the rocker trim. It provides additional support to the rocker panel and also keeps debris off the doors.
AODE transmissions relied on a shift solenoid, while previous AOD versions used mechanical shift modulation and cables to switch gears. Interestingly, the Mustang's overall look wasn't very different from 1994 to 1995. Only the front cap on the rocker trim was changed, which added additional support for the rocker panel and also prevented debris from thrown on the door. AODE transmissions are compatible with parts from other AOD models.
The AODE and AOD transmissions had the same parts. However, the AODE used an AODE-type shift solenoid. The AOD transmissions were available from 1994 to 1995 and used a mechanical shift modulation mechanism. In addition to the AODE and AOD, the AODE was the most popular transmission for the Ford Mustang. The AODE and 4R70 models were basically the same, and the AODE components are interchangeable.
The AODE transmissions were more efficient. They relied on a shift solenoid to move gears. Previously, the AOD used cables or mechanical shift modulation. The exterior of the Mustang did not change much from 1994 to 1995. The rocker trim on the doors was also changed. This made the car's engine more fuel efficient and improved torque, and it had a four-speed manual option.
The AODE and the 4R70W transmissions were the same in design. The AODE used a shift solenoid for the shifts, while the AOD used a cable to control gears. This transmission was the best choice for a 5.0L Coyote engine. Its gear ratio was similar to that of the manual version. The AODE and AOD transmissions were very similar, but the AODE had more gears.